Once you receive the ballot, carefully read and follow the instructions.
Sign and date where indicated.
Mail your voted ballot back to the address indicated on the return envelope. Your voted ballot must arrive by the deadline or it will not be counted.
Nevada early voting
Early voting start times vary by county.
Early voting end times vary by county.
Nevada voter ID
If you’re a first-time voter, registered by mail or online, didn’t include a copy of ID when you registered, and didn’t provide a valid driver’s license number or social security number on your application, be sure to bring one of the following:
A current photo ID that shows your address
A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and address (however, a voter registration ID is not accepted)
You’re only required to provide ID if you’re a first-time voter in Nevada, didn’t provide a copy of an ID when you registered to vote, and are voting by mail. Include a copy of one of the following with your mail ballot:
A current Nevada driver’s license
A current Nevada ID card
A current ID card issued by the US Armed Forces
A current ID card issued by a public school, college, or university in Nevada
A current US passport
A current tribal identification card
If your ID from the list above doesn’t include the address where you’re registered to vote, you’ll also need include a copy of one of the following that includes that address:
Current utility bill, including for electricity, gas, oil, water, sewer, septic, telephone, cellular telephone, or cable television
Current bank or credit union statement
Current income tax return
Current statement regarding a mortgage, rental, or lease of a residence
Local Election Office: This is the government office responsible for running elections in your region. Theses are the best people to contact if you have any questions at all about voting in your state.